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McLAINE FAMILY PROJECT-Got OLD McLaine photos /documents??
Posted by: Dina Spence (ID *****7857) Date: October 23, 2006 at 00:44:12
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Dear McLAINE Cousins,

I am doing a McLAINE Family Photo Project for all us McLaine Cousins! If you possess OLD McLaine photos (ie- 1830s-1930s)-either sepia card type or tin types or old b&w snapshots--and can either scan / email COPY images or xerox / snail-mail them to me--then YOU will get a FREE McLaine family foto-booklet and ACCESS to our McLAINE family foto-website, when completed--(in about 2mos. time).
Also any documents---such as scanned family Bible pages of genealogical descent, and/or grave-site headstone pics or copies of b/m/d certificates/old letters/yearbook photos/diary excerpts-or anything to help us know our McLAINE forebears better (COPY images ONLY!),are welcome,as well.

To email-----scan/send copy images to:

dina_spence@yahoo.com .... or to xerox /snail-mail

copy images, mail to:

Dina Spence
800 S. PCH #8-158
Redondo Beach, CA
90277

Thanks for all the help cousins! I hope you will enjoy & find useful, this McLAINE family project of old photos & information text!

Take Care,

Cousin Dina Spence


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